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Pat Karns discusses laser-light for chronic pain on We Deserve Better - DrDorrin

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Pat Karns is an award winning, internationally known professor and writer of sports medicine trends. He has spent his life working with Olympic and Professional athletes. He currently concentrates on medical advocacy for the retired athlete.

Low-Level Laser Therapy (LLLT) has revolutionized the treatment of negative arthritis symptoms through natural pain relief.His organization uses a low level (cold) laser to treat specific body parts such as the low back, knees or ankles. Or this device can be used for neurodegenerative diseases that produce chronic pain and inflammation such as fibromyalgia or arthritis.Used by Chiropractors, Physical Therapists, Sports Medicine Drs, or Podiatrists, this treatment is an alternative to painful surgeries and large doses of medication.

LLLT works to treat chronic pain by improving micro-circulation and reducing inflammation. These Energies target the pain deep in the muscle tissues resulting in restored blood flow.. As blood and oxygen are then able to properly flow to and from the affected part of the body, cells and tissues are also renewed and repaired. This decreases the overall recovery period of degenerative diseases, allowing you and your loved ones to take steps towards regaining your regular lifestyle without being hindered by amplified pain and its effects on your outlook on life.

The best part is NO SIDE EFFECTS. You can start treatment when pain strikes, rather than scheduling an appointment, travelling and paying extra expensive fees. Right here and now, you can stimulatie the blood circulation around the affected areas to increase glucose levels to produce faster wound healing. Mr. Karns consults with osteopaths, physical therapists, and plant-based medicine companies

 

 

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